Anatomy and Physiology I--the Musculoskeletal System is designed to provide an embodied and experiential understanding of muscles and bones. Through movement exercises, palpation, and tactile and visual resources, students will learn how the relationship of the bones, muscles, and connective tissue of the upper and lower extremities, spine, trunk, and skull function as a unified, moving organism. In addition, the histology of bone and connective tissue, the physiology of muscle contraction, and anatomical terminology will be covered. This course offers the opportunity to learn human anatomy and physiology as a living process. New students will gain a new perspective and advanced student can dive deeper into embodied anatomy awareness and clarity.
$375 - Early bird through 6/1 $325
14 Continuing Education Credits available through NCBTMB . 16 SOBI credits. No pre-requisites required.